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T4 Annililik Run
 
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T4 Annililik Run
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
by Jim C. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/14/2009 01:45:14
Seedy ports, dodgy employers, malfunctioning ships, semi-sane robots and dangerous cargo provide more than enough in this series of encounters to make players paranoid about ever again leaving their nice safe planet. These free-trading scenarios call for a lot of fast talking and some gunplay if the PCs hope to turn a profit and stay out of jail.

There's not a strong plot to follow or dependence on any locations in the setting. As the authors point out, it should be quite viable to mix and match events in different orders, though the second and third parts each mostly involve one specific source of trouble.

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
T4 Annililik Run
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
by Sean M.
Date Added: 10/03/2005 03:18:56
This is actually a collection of three different adventures. The first one is fantastic and throws all kinds of different characters and situations at the PCs as they dock at different ports unloading "Children's Clay". The NPCs are very fleshed out. It balances action with role-playing.

The second adventure seems to just torment the players on a "cursed starship". I think you would need to make this adventure shorter for the players not to get completely frustrated. Most of the characters are very fleshed out, but they are somewhat unnecessary to the plot. Still it was enjoyable reading all the ways the ship's computer system torments the crew.

The third adventure has some interesting characters, but is otherwise just a dungeon crawl.

The book has a cinematic style and just makes up new aliens and weapons that are not really part of the Traveler universe. In most cases this style works well as it gives a sense of freewheeling adventure. If this bothers you it would easy to substitute alien races/weapons/etc for some Vargar/laser pistols/etc. If you like spending money on books filled with hexadecimal codes then this book is not for you.

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